Concordia University Ann Arbor is excited to participate in the MiTransfer Pathways to provide transfer students with a smooth transfer process. We exist to develop students in mind, body, and spirit to serve the Church and the world in an uncommon way. MiTransfer Pathways is an opportunity for students to do just that by making the transfer process simple to navigate.

Pathways to admission

Check out the below pathways to learn more about the steps to complete to become a part of Concordia University Ann Arbor's community! The MiTransfer Pathways builds on the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA). The MTA allows transfer students to select designated courses to complete a minimum of 30 credit hours fulfilling MTA distribution requirements. Students following MiTransfer Pathway agreements should complete the MTA in accordance with the sending institutions' course designations and consider whether any recommended MiTransfer Pathways major-specific courses will "double count" to fulfill MTA distribution requirements in planning their transfer.

More information about the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) can be found here.